A function h (hierarchy index) is presented of a sociometric matrix in which each member of a group ranks all other members according to some characteristic. The value of h ranges from 0 when the members of the group are indicated by the data to be equal with respect to the characteristic in question, to 1 when the most extreme type of hierarchical relationship appears. Differences between the h values obtained from 2 sets of observations, whether from the same group or from different groups,... Topics: Information Science, Indexes, Coefficients, Data displays, Agreements, Hierarchies
byMittra, R; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Antenna Laboratory, Electrical Engineering Research Laboratory, Engineering Experiment Station; United States. Air Force. Systems Command. Aeronautical Systems Division
"Contract AF33(616)-6079 Project No. 9-(13-6278), Task No. 40572. Sponsored by: Aeronautical Systems Division" Topic: Integral equations, Dual
byRoberts, Howard C. (Howard Creighton), 1910-; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Engineering Experiment Station; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Civil Engineering; United States. Office of Naval Research
"A technical report of a project in cooperation with the University of Illinois, Dept. of Civil Engineering and the Office of Naval Research."